The manufacturer of, among other things, mechanical keyboards Cherry comes with three new mice, two of which are wireless. The wireless MW 2310 and MW 2110 are both black, the MC 2000 has a wire and comes in a black and white version.
The infrared sensor on the MW 2310 and MW 2110 can be set to different values, namely 1000, 1500 and 2000 dpi, while the sensor on the MC 2000 has a fixed resolution of 1600 dpi. The latter also offers the option of scrolling sideways with the scroll wheel.
Both wireless mice use the 2.4 GHz band that connects to the PC or laptop via a small USB dongle. Both use an unexplained energy saving method that allows the MW 2110 to last up to 12 months on a battery and the larger MW 2310 up to three years. The mice are available immediately. The MW 2310 has a suggested retail price of 20 euros, the MW 2110 of 15 euros and the MC 2000 costs 10 euros.